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Saturday, 23 September 2017

NAFDAC Staff Commence Indefinite Strike

The Medical and Health Workers Union chapter of National Agency for Food Drugs Administration and Control, NAFDAC, has commenced indefinite strike.


The Union said they are embarking on the industrial action to push for improved welfare package and for the management of the agency to implement an agreement reached on welfare package in 2013.


Addressing members today, the Vice President of the Union, Idu Isua, disclosed that both the management and the union signed an agreement to review its welfare package in 2013 but the terms of agreement are yet to be complied with.


Isua said the union had complained to the Ministry of Health and NAFDAC management, “but up till today, nothing has been done. The strike was not a fresh one because we took same action two years ago and last year and based on agreement reached, the strike was suspended. However, nothing was done on our salary review up till now.


From Daily Post

4 comments:

Rappakatakata said...

Why does the system wait until workers embark on strike actions before their work conditions are reviewed for better. Isn't there a defined structure that ensures a timely review of work conditions for public workers?

Cute hajia Omo Mummy said...

Good for them..

Brain and Beauty. said...

The strike issue is becoming embarrassing.Nothing works in this country.How can they run an organization for so long without reviewing the work condition????.
Must they go on strike before they listen to them.Today it's Asuu,another day health workers etc.What are really doing???.

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